On Windows the $TESTTMP string "repr" is different than its value, because \ become \\. We introduce a new $STR_REPR_TESTTMP substitution to match that too.
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- rHGe9c5c368be17: run-tests: also catch double-escapes for $TESTTMP
This seems wrong. What is displayed here is not TESTTMP it is a stringencoded vesion of TESTTMP. We should use a different variable substitution for that something like STR_REPR_TESTTMP.